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, the issue on iran, that report in "new york times" does governor romney believe that the u.s. should sit down with iran. >> governor romney had said that arms should be the last. i will say this, i think so much of our relationship with iran under this president was defined early in his administration when folks took to the street in that green revolution. that set a tone where now iran thinks they can go harder and faster than they could go. >> senator rubio, thank you a lot for your time. i apologize again for those technical difficulties. >>> we'll be back with our powerhouse roundtable in just 930 seconds. it's something you're born with. and inspires the things you choose to do. you do what you do... because it matters. at hp we don't just believe in the power of technology. we believe in the power of people when technology works for you. to dream. to create. to work. if you're going to do something. make it matter. that if you pick three people, odds are they'll approach everything in their own unique way -- including investing. so we help clients identify and prioritize their life
dollars back in the u.s. economy this year. in pipes, cement, steel, jobs, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ >>> we're back with our roundtable. george will is off today. but we're joined by matthew dowd, van jones, greta van susteren of fox news, welcome back. ralph reed and the chair of the democratic party debbie wasserman schultz. >>> let's talk about what has changed since tuesday's debate. matt dowd, on tuesday night, you gave the win to president obama so did karl rove. but mitt romney still has the momentum. >> if you look at what happened before the first debate, then the first debate and then the second debate. i think romney won overwhelm the first debate. romney stopped any momentum that the president had. i think what the president did by showing up this time with some energy and some force, is that he actually stopped that momentum that romney had and gained some enthusiasm back which is why i think we see the race today, basically a slight advantage for the president toda
. threatening a massive stretch of the u.s. from virginia to new england. all of the way to the great lakes. it's caused both candidates to scramble their schedules. we'll get into that, plus our latest abc news/washington post poll in just a moment. but let's begin with sam champion from lower manhattan. he's following the track of sandy right now. good morning, sam. >> good morning, george. the satellite picture will show you this storm is one of the largest that we have ever seen in the atlantic basin. the latest out from the hurricane center, it feels exactly the same way for several days, making a left-hand turn to for the coastline by monday. we got tropical-force winds and hurricane-force winds about 200 miles across. it doesn't meatter where this storm comes ashore, expected to 10 feet high. let's go to matt gutman, this storm by the way is cruising by the coastline and matt at its closest point in north carolina. >> reporter: sam, it's still about 250 miles away. pushing these 60-mile-wind gusts right in here. this is not snow. this is seafoam. the waves out there are about 30 feet hig
is that about? >> oh, it's about widespread skepticism towards the actions and efforts of the u.s. government to begin with. second, i don't think anybody in america looks at the number, whether it's 8.2, 8.4, 7.7, and thinks that's a real reflection of reality. everybody in america thinks they're not counting the number of people who have stopped looking, the number of people who are underemployed. at that point the 7.8 number almost becomes academic. nobody has faith. >> look, we know it's a lousy labor market out there. it's not what you want to have, however, it's an improve ing labor market and not because of one month's numbers but one month, the whole thing, jack welch probably coming from the corporate world, he doesn't quite understand how it is to fudge government numbers. but the -- if you look over the past year, which is what you should do, you should not look at the numbers, there's a clear improvement. it's clear that adjusted for the changing and for the aging of the population, the number of people with jobs this year of the relevant population is rising, clear that the payro
are we going to do about trade? we need to open more markets. i'm the former u.s. trade rep. it's unbelievable that the united states has sat on the sidelines for the last four years. hasn't negotiated a single trade-opening agreement. the rest of the world continues to negotiate them. 40 or 50 have been negotiated. taking away our market share from our worker, our farmers, our service providers. at the same time, we haven't been tough enough on countries not playing by the rules. one is china. as you know, i'm the sponsor of the currency legislation in congress. we think they manipulate their currency. it ought to be addressed. it's a trade issue. it affects the cost of their exports to us. they're lower as a result of it. it makes it more expensive for us to send stuff to them. these are legitimate issues in ohio. and i thing governor romney ought to keep raising them. >> we have one minute left. i'm turning to ohio. let's look at the latest poll. from after the first debate. president obama in the lead still, 51% to romney's 45%. that's from after the first presidential debat
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